SENTIMENT INDEX | August 30, 2019
Stock Market Signals From The Sentiment Dimension
Simple methods to measure sentiment of the US stock market. Every market has four dimensions: Price, Time, Momentum, and Sentiment. The Sentiment dimension delves into the realm of investor/trader psychology by discovering bullish and bearish extremes. Important market turns can occur if participants overwhelming believe a market will continue in its current direction. When this condition happens it could be time to trade contrary to the prevailing trend. There are easy ways to find US stock market sentiment extremes that could improve your trading.
by Mark Rivest
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